Christmas Lights from White Hart Studio

Bright Ideas – Christmas Lights from White Hart Studio

Step into Christmas

Let White Hart Studio light the way this Christmas.

Nothing cheers up a ‘bleak midwinter’ more than Christmas lights, and they are not just limited to the tree.

Call into White Hart Studio in Haddenham and you will find some bright lighting ideas. Candles, Battery, Solar and Electric solutions will light up your Christmas.

Owner, Jane points me to some wonderful St. Eval candles. Sustainable. traditionally hand poured in Cornwall they come in beautifully designed tins.

The candles are available in fragrances such as Winter Thyme, Orange & Cinnamon, Figgy Pudding and Inspirits. They make a great gift.

If a naked flame makes you a little nervous, try the various ‘safer’ options. The LED Flame Candles are a brilliant alternative. Operated by remote control they are available in ‘Christmas’ red or green. You can have a still light or a flickering version. These are great value at just £18.00 for a pack of two with their remote included. Traditional white church style candles come in a pack of three.

Other lighting options available are a Starburst wreath featuring LED lights. An ideal hanging decoration or a table centre piece.

Also popular this year is the ‘Robin’. A metal frame in white or earth colour with numerous lights in the shape of a Robin. Very light, this is ideal for sending through the post. Just £15.00.

Exterior lighting. Great for trees, doorways come in the form of a cluster of lights on a chain (comes with a transformer). Starburst lights that are available as solar or battery powered are perfect for lighting up a pathway.

White Hart Studio are switched on for Christmas lights.

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